The Combat Aircraft Simulator allows for the instructor to place the unit at any desired location, creating a desired training objective, therefore enables the ARFF Fighters to use their actual apparatus, tools, and equipment that are familiar to them.
Once the unit is placed at its training location, the instructor will have the capability to train the firefighters in performing: direct communications for the initial group responding, recognize hazardous conditions, what action will be taken in softening the targeted-on approach, performing emergency rescue, hand line advancement, tactics to disarm the Combat Aircraft.
Fireblast Global produced the Combat Aircraft in order to bring the realism required for these specialized ARFF firefighters to be engaged, allow the use of actual apparatus, tools, and equipment that are familiar to them, and creates a repetitive training environment.
This is an overview of specifications for the Combat Aircrafts utilized for a variety of ARFF training objectives. The simulator training capabilities include, but not limited to:
Military ARFF incidents provide a real world challenge both on base and off the base, making the utilization of a mobile application all the more valuable to the program. Designed with realism in training in mind, the Fireblast Global combat aircrafts are completely self-contained training units with on-board propane and generator.
Fireblast prioritizes the safety of today’s firefighters by utilizing Class “B” Gas Fire Props. The use of propane or natural gas allows for a cleaner burn training environment and produces minimal by products.
The Clean Air Act Amendment states that propane and natural gas are one solution to a cleaner, healthier environment. Their ability to vaporize rapidly avoids the contamination of soil and ground water.